By Michael Mander

We’ve been ‘herring’ reports that a new Sea-Life Centre will open in Manchester tomorrow!

The new attraction, which will be ‘plaice’ to see more than 5000 sea creatures, is expected to draw large crowds on it’s opening day. 

We’re not squidding! Sea-Life Manchester promises 30 displays, as well as an underwater viewing tunnel.

Sea-Life Manchester will also hold Europe’s first Sea Bed Walk – a one hour dive experience for any one over the age of eight.


The SeaTREK Experience will be Europe’s first (photo courtesy SeaLife)

The custom ‘breathe-easy’ helmet assures allows visitors to breathe naturally and without difficulty – plus you can be assured your hair will stay dry throughout the entire experience!

Sea Life Manchester, in the Trafford Centre, will cost from £12 per person, and the SeaTREK experience costs £60.

I dolphin-etly recommend you check it out!


Michael Mander

I mainly cover Thorpe Park, Alton Towers, Adventure Island, Paramount London and other attractions in the south of England. Contact me at:

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